Sandy Smelt Run

Photo #04353-15

“Smelt fishing, Sandy River at Troutdale”

caption published in Oregonian on March 17, 2010 pg. B1: “Fishermen use dip nets to catch smelt in the 1950s at the mouth of the Sandy River. In the past, Smelt fishing was strong in the Sandy, Cowlitz and Lewis river and in the Columbia River downstream of Bonneville Dam.” (article about Pacific smelt at moderate risk of extinction, and the Obama administration decision to add smelt to the list of fish protected under the Endangered Species Act.)

Photo by Hugh Ackroyd

Source: 4x5" original negative

April 24, 1953

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